My Aspire 5315-2153 has developed "blank screen" syndrome. Symptoms:
1. Shows "Acer" screen on startup
2. Shows Windows startup bar
3. Screen goes blank with active cursor
4. Same in both normal and safe modes
5. Same with internala nd external displays
6. Disk lite on continuously, but disk actually runs intermittantly.
Had an unsolicited "virus scan" before failure. Could be a serious virus my antivirus didn't catch. Any thoughts? Thanks Phil
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Possible failure of the display drivers/ the hardware in the section of the motherboard. Since the fault is confirmed with the external display the motherboard needs a probe and you might need help to get a consensus.
I don't think a re installation can do any good as you are not able to get the OS on screen display.
You may have to boot from a CD and make a repair. Once logged in the CD, choose repair option (Recovery Console), and type these three commands: 1) fixmbr (wait til it finishes) 2) fixboot (wait...) 3) CHKDSK (this will take longer than the previous two. Your laptop may now boot normally. I think your laptop doesn't have an internal CD-ROM so you may use an external USB CD.